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Friday, April 6 • 9:40am - 11:05am
FR9.40.00 Global Postsuburbia--Mini Track Sponsored by MCRI Global Suburbanism/Urban Studies at York University

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This diverse panel takes up critical strands of thought from research on current suburbanization with case studies from Australia, Canada and Germany. This builds largely on work done around a long term global comparative research program on Global Suburbanisms: Governance, Land and Infrastructure in the 21st Century. The panel starts from the assumption that suburbia is here to stay as a phenomenon that has to be subject to critical social science research and policy action. This leads to the premise that we now live in a postsuburban world in which processes of change in the urban periphery are not ones commencing but rather are being transformed and redirected as we are living in what can be called Global Postsuburbia.


Moderator: Damaris Rose, INRS Centre Urbanisation Culture Société


‘It’s Not Easy Being Green’: The Impact of Housing and Infrastructure Development on the GrünGürtel Frankfurt 
Sara MacDonald, Utrecht University


Suburban Development in the Age of Hyper Commodification of Housing: A View from Iran 
Azam Khatam, York University


Suburbia and the Social Life of Infrastructure 
Rob Shields, University of Alberta


Producing the Suburbs: Analysing Continuing Suburbanisation 
Tony Dalton, RMIT University


Suburban Modern on the Toronto Periphery 
Steven Logan, University of Toronto Mississauga

Speakers
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Tony Dalton, RMIT University

Professor, RMIT University
Tony is an Emeritus professor in the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University in Melbourne Australia. The focus of Tony’s research has been on changing housing markets, distributional outcomes in a period of social and economic restructuring. More recently he has researched... Read More →

Moderator
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Damaris Rose

INRS - Centre Urbanisation Culture Société
Housing and neighbourhood change (Canadian cities). Immigrant and refugee newcomer settlement issues. I’ve just finished a project on the challenges and successes of settlement organizations in finding the first permanent housing for the Syrian refugee newcomers. I’m a member... Read More →

Friday April 6, 2018 9:40am - 11:05am
Churchill (2nd Floor)